This morning we kick off the Microsoft Dynamics GP 2010 Sales Presales Readiness Roadshow in Chicago, IL. This one-day class will provide tips and tricks for Microsoft Dynamics GP 2010 customer conversations, and help you build the right marketing messages. This class is designed to help you better position and sell Microsoft Dynamics GP 2010 and provide customers and prospects details on the product strengths.
The roadshow takes the rest of the week off then continues next week in 9 additional cities, and continues throughout the month of March.
Also, the Microsoft Dynamics GP team has released some guidance around hardware requirements for demonstration resources:
A new Microsoft Dynamics GP 2010 Beta Technical Demonstration Toolkit\Virtual Machine\VPC will be provided in February for partners, including multiple virtual machines to accommodate the new technical requirements associated with the introduction of Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2010 (which will be 64-Bit only.)
This means you will want to make sure you and your partners are prepared to demonstrate the full feature list of Microsoft Dynamics GP 2010 for existing and prospective customers!
With this exciting new release, there will be a NEED to upgrade your demonstration hardware (i.e. laptops – if you have not already done so) to 64-Bit hardware (NOTE: Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2010 will only run on 64 – Bit hardware.)
Visit PartnerSource, for complete hardware specifications.